Oct 30, 2014

Why Scratching an Itch Really Does Make You Itch More

Why Scratching an Itch Really Does Make You Itch More

Researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine say the minor pain of scratching an itch produces serotonin, the "pleasure" hormone, which can then make you want to scratch even more.

Oct 30, 2014

Planned Alum Rock BART Station in Limbo

Planned Alum Rock BART Station in Limbo

The Alum Rock neighborhood is scheduled to get a BART station and urban center as part of "Phase 2" in the BART-to-San Jose project, but now the idea is in limbo, and residents are furious.

Oct 30, 2014

World Series Parade + Rain Forecast

World Series Parade + Rain Forecast

Not exactly perfect timing as our developing storm will arrive on the same days as the World Series Parade. Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri pinpoints when the weather is expected to be the

Oct 30, 2014

Nurses Plan to Strike Over "Lack of Ebola Protections" at Hospitals

Nurses Plan to Strike Over "Lack of Ebola Protections" at Hospitals

National Nurses United, fed up with what they call a lack of Ebola protections at hospitals across the country, plan to hold a day of action on Nov. 12. Jodi Hernandez reports.

Oct 30, 2014

Planned Alum Rock BART Station in Limbo

Planned Alum Rock BART Station in Limbo

The Alum Rock neighborhood is scheduled to get a BART station and urban center as part of "Phase 2" in the BART-to-San Jose project, but now the idea is in limbo, and residents are

Oct 30, 2014

40 Arrested During Giants Victory Celebrations: Police

40 Arrested During Giants Victory Celebrations: Police

The celebration in San Francisco's streets following the Giants' World Series victory started off peaceful but quickly turned raucous and violent, as revelers vandalized police cars and businesses and...

Oct 30, 2014

Shoo the Flu

Shoo the Flu

This year, Alameda County launched its Shoo the Flu program at Laurel Elementary in Oakland in an effort to vaccinate students and reduce sick days.

Oct 30, 2014

Latte Without the Wait: Starbucks Plans Delivery Service

Latte Without the Wait: Starbucks Plans Delivery Service

Starbucks plans to launch a food and beverage delivery service in select markets during the second half of next year, CEO Howard Schultz said on the company's earnings conference call Thursday.

Oct 30, 2014

Guilty Verdict in 1984 Pleasanton Cold Case

Guilty Verdict in 1984 Pleasanton Cold Case

A man with an extensive criminal history was convicted of first-degree murder Thursday for fatally stabbing a 14-year-old high school classmate in Pleasanton more than 30 years ago.

Oct 30, 2014

GOP Gains Momentum Just Before Midterm Elections

GOP Gains Momentum Just Before Midterm Elections

With midterm elections just five days away, more and more polls are showing that Democrats are unlikely to keep control of the Senate, NBC News reported.

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1 Million Fans Expected to Attend World Series Parade

1 Million Fans Expected to Attend World Series Parade

The Giants World Series victory parade will storm San Francisco Friday afternoon along Market Street and at the Civic Center.

Planned Alum Rock BART Station in Limbo

Planned Alum Rock BART Station in Limbo

The Alum Rock neighborhood is scheduled to get a BART station and urban center as part of "Phase 2" in the BART-to-San Jose project, but now the idea is in limbo, and residents are furious.

40 Arrested During Giants Victory Celebrations: Police

40 Arrested During Giants Victory Celebrations: Police

San Francisco police say they made 40 arrests, most for public drunkenness, during the celebrations that followed the Giants World Series victory over the Kansas City Royals.

Trooper Ambush Suspect Eric Frein Captured After Manhunt

Trooper Ambush Suspect Eric Frein Captured After Manhunt

Eric Frein, who became the most wanted man in Pennsylvania when he allegedly gunned down two state troopers in an ambush, has been captured following a nearly two-month manhunt in the woods surrounding...

Doctor Who Returned From Africa Has "Not Hugged Anybody"

Doctor Who Returned From Africa Has "Not Hugged Anybody"

A Stanford doctor who recently treated Ebola patients in West Africa has placed himself in quarantine inside his Redwood City home.

Uber For Kids? Shuddle Ride-Sharing Service Launches in Bay Area

Uber For Kids? Shuddle Ride-Sharing Service Launches in Bay Area

The Bay Area is now hom to a new service like Uber and Lyft -- but for kids.